Friday, May 31, 2019

Boat Found

A boat has been found at the Kraemer's. The boat is a 14 ft. aluminum, Sea Nymph fishing boat. 3 seats. Last registered in 2016.  Pick it up at 1068 E. TLR. 

Tuesday, May 28, 2019

LTL Little Free Library is Open

The LTL Little Free Library is open for the season. Books are already flying off the shelf. Stop by 802 E Traverse Lake Rd. on the north shore to take a book- OR leave a book. It's all free! Children & adults books available 24/7. Questions?

Dock Installer Needed

There seems to be a serious shortage of installers this year as they can't find help. Does anyone have an installer they would recommend? Contact Scott Siegel at

Wednesday, May 8, 2019

Mark Your Calendars - Revised

Summer events you will not want to miss.  Mark your calendars!

July 4, 2019 Thursday
Annual Fun Run/Walk/Bike and Koffee Klatch.

July 5, 2019 Friday
Wysocki Family fireworks

August 3, 2019 Saturday
Annual Meeting

More details to come.

Tuesday, April 30, 2019

Reminder: Use of fertilizers

It is spring clean up time.  As a reminder, fertilizers containing phosphorus are banned and there are additional guidelines for using fertilizers near water.  For more information, click on the following link.

Sunday, April 28, 2019

Lost Cat

A cat has been seen around the north shore of LTL.  Anyone know who it belongs to?  It is grey and white and seems domesticated.  Contact Jerry Leanderson.  231 228-5903

Tuesday, April 16, 2019

Wondering what that "brown stuff" on the lake bottom is?

Spring is still trying to make it to the lake.  The ice is mostly gone and the lake level is normal for this time of year.

You may have seen "brown stuff" on the lake bottom in previous years.  Jeff Shutz did some research and has written an interesting article about what it is.  It is posted on the website under the water quality tab titled "Golden Brown Benthic Algae".  Thank you Jeff for the information.

Notice while you are there, the Good Harbor Bay Watershed plan is now "housed" on our website.  It previously was kept on the Leelanau Conservancy website.